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Dec 12, 2017

Somehow we survived 2017. For the second year in a row, here's your look back at the most brilliant and baffling transportation developments. Read More

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Second Avenue Elevator Sagas

New York City’s MTA blames many of its problems on aging infrastructure.  Now it’s also blaming some of them on new infrastructure.

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Welcome to New York, Andy! Now, Fix the Subway (and Buses!)

Welcome to South of the Border. Here are some suggestions on going native.

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In Portland, Economic Displacement May Be A Driver of Transit Ridership Loss

Like many transit agencies across the country, TriMet, the transit district serving the Portland, OR, metro region, has seen a recent loss in ridership, principally on its bus system.

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“Micro Transit”: Is it Really a City Thing?

From the “Office of Extraordinary Innovation” at LA Metro comes the announcement the agency would be throwing its hat in the “microtransit” ring.

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Bus Stop Balancing

Many bus stops around the country are much closer together than they should be, slowing down the ride for everyone. 

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Houston Metro Shines During Hurricane Harvey

Perhaps what didn’t make Hurricane Harvey headlines is how the local transit agency Houston Metro’s commitment to emergency preparedness paid off – before, during and after the storm.

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Denver’s (Side)walks to Transit

What’s an essential but often missing component of high ridership transit networks? It isn’t new branding on buses or the latest light rail car.

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All Ridership is Local

Trying to understand why transit ridership is going up or down is a worthwhile pursuit, but one that is best undertaken locally.

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